Time to Move Beyond the Board

If a year’s work can be undone in a day, is the NLRB simply too weak?

By Richard D. Kahlenberg and Moshe Z. Marvit

The stunning decision today by a federal court to invalidate President Obama’s appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is being treated by the media primarily as a constitutional power struggle between the president, the Senate and the judiciary. But for labor [RETURN TO ARTICLE]

  • Reader Comments

    “The four conservative Supreme Court Justices can usually be counted on to vote against workers’ rights”

    The case isn’t about workers’ rights.

    Posted by f_galton on Jan 26, 2013 at 2:56 PM

    This isn’t about worker’s rights. It’s about political fulfillment of monies paid out in campaign fees and other clandestine remuneration for services rendered. I am convinced of this. . . The Best Government Money Can Buy is no longer a dirty joke but a factual example for the conducting of business inside both chambers of congress. . . How is it that all politicos who serve inevitably leave Washington a good deed wealthier than when they began? The seeds of our destruction have already been planted and the cancer is spreading. SCOTUS as well!

    Posted by pat stover on Jan 27, 2013 at 7:44 AM

    Your arms are too weak, which is why can’t box or throw.

    Posted by f_galton on Jan 28, 2013 at 12:50 AM